Raspberry Pi Automation #1: Mains Relay HAT

Raspberry Pi home automation tutorial using a mains relay HAT from Electronics-Salon to control three light bulbs, and potentially other mains or high power DC devices. Video includes Python 3 code for bulb sequencing and timer control. WARNING: mains electricity is dangerous. Do not attempt what is shown in this video unless you have prior experience working with mains electricity and understand how to take appropriate safety measures. In particular, when working with mains electricity, ensure that your circuit is connected to an residual current device (RCD) or other form of circuit breaker. All code and wiring diagrams are available here: The relay HAT used in the video can be found on Amazon.com here: https://amzn.to/2Yjgc2M and

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Home Assistant – Hass.io (Powered by HassOS) beginner’s guide

The Developers of Home Assistant have released a new updated version for Hass.io which is now based on their own operating system called HassOS instead of using the ResinOS. Today, I’m going to show you how to install Hass.io in my Raspberry Pi 3. I’m going to show you how to set up the WiFi connection, the Configurator and the Samba add-on so you can access the Home Assistant configuration files and, last, we’ll set up the DuckDNS add-on so you can access the home assistant remotely. —————– WRITTEN GUIDE —————– https:// —————– SUPPORT THE CHANNEL —————– PATREON: https:// BUY ME A COFFEE: https:// AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK:

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